Can you comprehend the dire situation currently unfolding in Beledweyne, Somalia? According to a UN agency, floods have wreaked havoc on this town, displacing hundreds of thousands of individuals, including those who are already internally displaced. The Office of Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance [OCHA] revealed that close to 200,000 people have been forced out of their homes due to flooding in low-lying areas, thus worsening an already dire humanitarian crisis. The Shabelle River overflowed its banks on Tuesday night, flooding neighborhoods and exacerbating the displacement crisis. The levels of water have significantly risen since then, compelling residents to abandon homes and belongings, and move to higher ground. Despite their efforts to use sandbags to mitigate the crisis, local authorities and communities are struggling to respond to the catastrophic flooding. The crisis has left the affected persons in dire need of essentials such as food, water, sanitation, and shelters. The agency has urged individuals in a position to support to donate towards the crisis to help avert an impending disaster. Even as flooding continues to plunge the town into chaos, Somalia is also grappling with hunger and Al-Shabaab, making it challenging to dispatch resources to rescue those affected. Despite floods devastating the town in the past, it appears no long-term solution has been instituted to prevent recurrence and mitigate the situation.